The Mazda CX-3 sub-compact crossover was recently launched in Australia where the model can be yous from 19, 990 AUD, plus on-road costs.
For the money you will be getting the two-wheel drive, manual version, coming with rear parking sensors, six airbags, cruise control, four-speaker audio system, USB, Bluetooth, black / grey cloth upholstery and 16-inch steel wheels. The Maxx petrol is coming from 22,390 AUD and this is adding the 16-inch alloy wheels, the MZD Connect infotainment system with a 7.0-inch touch screen display, internet radio, rearview camera, sat-nav, leather wrapped steering wheel, handbrake lever and gear shifter, overhead sunglass storage box and so on.
The S Touring is adding the 18-inch alloy wheels, the automatic headlights and wipers, the LED headlights, the daytime running lights, the fog lights, the taillights, the head-up display, the high-grade black / grey cloth upholstery, keyless entry and climate control for 26,990 AUD, in the cheapest variant. The range-topping Akari is bringing the high beam control, blind spot monitor, black leather / suede or the white leather / suede upholstery, power glass sunroof, lane departure warning, smart city brake and more. This costs 37,690 AUD.
The engine lineup in the 2015 Mazda CX-3 includes the 109 kW and 192 Nm of torque 2.0 liter four-cylinder petrol burner and the 1.5 liter four-cylinder turbo diesel, which is capable of putting down 77 kW and 270 Nm of torque. The Safety Pack is available as an option, costing 1,030 AUD, bringing the smart city brake support, the rear cross-traffic alert, blind spot monitor while the Kuroi styling pack costs 2,342 AUD.